Giulia Damiani in collaboration with The Studio based
in Amman and the artist Theodore Ereira-Guyer.
Further details on the exhibition and book can be found
in the PRESS RELEASE and in an ARTICLE written by Giulia Damiani
for the art platform Elizabeth Xi Bauer.
Bond, J. Damiani, G. Ereira-Guyer, T. Llewellyn-Jones, S. (2015). First Movement. London UK: Arts and Culture Project.
A book with text and work from a two-person exhibition at Arcane Gallery, Spring 2015.
Coutts, N. Damiani, G. (2016) Coated in Pre-existence. London UK: Elizabeth Xi Bauer
Published by Elizabeth Xi Bauer, 2016.
Damiani, G. Ereira-Guyer, T. (2015). Pinching the Earth, This Measuring Touch. Bucharest RO: ODD, ALERT STUDIO, Movin' up.
A book published alongside a solo exhibition in Bucharest Romania, Autumn 2015.
Pinching the Earth, This Measuring Touch is an exhibition
and book featuring new works by writer Giulia Damiani
and artist Theodore Ereira-Guyer. The title talks of the
reflection on the notion of weight carried out in one-month
residency by the two collaborators in Bucharest.
The residency was organised in partnership with the
Further details on the exhibition and book can be found in
the PRESS RELEASE
First Movement presented new works by artists Theodore Ereira-Guyer and Samuel Llewellyn-Jones and writers Jessie Bond and Giulia Damiani. The title of the book talks of the evolving conversations that nourished this collaboration among four; etymologically, a method is what is found "after a travelling" ("meta-hodos"). In the search for a method, for a regular form that can collate different works together, a shape has been chosen following shifting tones and dramatic turnabouts, conscious that a larger understanding arrives in this moment of display.
The works and texts gathered in First movement look at notions of direction, both horizontal and vertical. It considers linear progressions of size, of scales, it follows the simple movement of bodies from one space and time to another, as well as impossible inversions, impediments to orientation and expanded meanings: new directions are often synonymous with developments and societal progress.
Further details on the exhibition and book can be found in the
Damiani, G. de Silva, J. (2017) Rift. London UK: EXHIBIT London
Published by EXHIBIT London, 2017 to acompany a solo exhibition at the gallery.
Rift is a publication published by EXHIBIT London with
comissioned texts by Giulia Damiani and José da Silva,
Giulia Garbin. It accompanied a solo-exhibition of artist